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on the republican line. caller: thank you for taking my call. the so-called reduction in medicare -- is this information or misinformation? are they really going to reduce the amount of money in medicare to pay for this plan? also, the public option. how come they do not want to fight for that? it seems to me that it would be a good way to go. if people are insuring -- purchasing insurance, they are responsible for reading the policy and numbing their coverage. it is just like taking out a loan. if you sign on the dotted line, you are responsible because it is a contract. i think republicans are just fear-mongering, trying to kill the bill simply because of the input of lobbyists. host: thank you for the call. guest: public comment on the medicare question. the pieces in the legislation that would reduce cost under medicare are comprised of a number of components that have been discussed by legislative advisory commissions in the past, such as the medicare advisory council, which advises congress on issues of payment in medicare. issues have also been raised by the congressional b
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, or medicare-eligible, call now for free information. and get what you need to make health care decisions... that work for you. you don't even have to be an aarp member to call. all you have to do is be yourself. and, if you have any questions about medicare, call today and get your free copy of "medicare made clear," by unitedhealth educational publishing group. it will help you better understand all your choices. so don't wait. call today for your free guide. >>> breaking news on andrea mitchell reports, president obama will speak at any moment now from the white house about the situation in haiti. today, in a phone call to the haitian president, president obama pledged full support in the quake recovery effort. and we've just learned the united states military is now distributing first aid in a massive effort to help haiti. the situation there is growing more desperate by the minute. but the race to get aid inside haiti is being complicated by major obstacles, most notably, the lack of infrastructure, the death toll now estimated at 50,000 to 100,000 by some aid groups, u.n. peacekeepe
about the condition of social security and of medicare, both teetering the tremendous federal deficit that seems to be getting bigger and bigger and wondering, how in the world we are going to pay for this. >> you raise an extremely important point. a bit of history, and then my sense of what is next. at the beginning of 2009, it was theç general judgmentç of çeconomists, conservatives, moderates, liberals, economists all across the political spectrum that there was a real prospect our country could have had aç depressionú prospect of deflation. it said there wasç an argument then for stimulusç legislation. you can debate whether it should have included this or that or something else, but there was a consensus that some stimulus was needed. çnow, certainly, many months later, we wake up and our government owns a car companyt( an insurance company, an investment house, and people are çsaying, excuse me? what is next? çgivenç all of these deficits? and i do believe that it isççe for the government to put in place something of an exit strategy soç that, in some
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, medicare and otherwise, being asked to pay for that additional -- setting aside something that unionized workers will not have to face for an additional five years? >> i think some of the revenue questions are obviously part of the discussions that are ongoing. the president has made a commitment that he will keep to ensure that this legislation is fully paid for. again, it is something that is a little different that is going on in washington these days. this is a proposal that will be scored and it will be rendered a judgment as to the fact that the president will pay for every ççdime in this bill. the compensated for in taxes for additional medicare savings? >> again, i think some of the discussions are ongoing. >> on healthcare, the last month or six weeks you all have proceeded with no republican support, no republican negotiations as far as anyone can tell, 60-40 votes. and it looked like you were on the glide path to passing it in the senate's with democratic- only boats. you now faced the prospect in çmassachusettsç of possibly needing a republican vote. is there some reg
't cover can cost you some money. that's why you should consider... an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. it can help cover some of what medicare doesn't... so you could save up to thousands of dollars... in out-of-pocket expenses. call now for this free information kit... and medicare guide. if you're turning 65 or you're already on medicare, you should know about this card; it's the only one of its kind... that carries the aarp name -- see if it's right for you. you choose your doctor. you choose your hospital. there are no networks and no referrals needed. help protect yourself from some of what medicare doesn't cover. save up to thousands of dollars... on potential out-of-pocket expenses... with an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. call now for your free information kit... and medicare guide and find out... how you could start saving. >>> welcome back to cnbc's power lunch. i'm michelle caruso-cabrera live in mexico city. i'm at a home depot in mexico city, significant beca
done more with cost containment or fixing medicare which is already broken instead of just expanding it. there's something in between doing nothing and just doing this bill, isn't there? >> of course, there's always something in between. and i think that the president spent a good deal of time trying to find a bipartisan solution, dealing with senator collins, senator grassley. come on, he spent the whole summer. i mean, i was pulling my hair out by the end of july or the beginning of august that they were still in this kind of scrum with the republican members on the finance committee. >> do you remember hanging on every word grassley said, every word snowe said? >> not really. >> collins? >> not really. >> a long time ago. >> so i think they tried. and at the end of the day, the republicans made a decision that they were just going to be at opposition and hoped that as rush limbaugh famously said, that the president would fail. >> oh, okay. all right. >> that's their political strategy. >> let me ask you -- well, because they could honestly believe that some of these things aren't the
memberships across the country. so whether you work for yourself, you're employed, retired, or medicare-eligible, call now for free information. and get what you need to make health care decisions... that work for you. you don't even have to be an aarp member to call. all you have to do is be yourself. and, if you have any questions about medicare, call today and get your free copy of "medicare made clear," by unitedhealth educational publishing group. it will help you better understand all your choices. so don't wait. call today for your free guide. >>> wow. have you been seeing what is going on with the mess with nbc, and the late night stuff? it has gotten so ugly that now you have nbc, an executive at nbc actually trashing his own host. you also have hosts trashing each other on the air. the principle players of course are jay leno and conan o'brien. what a story. before i do anything else, let me introduce you to somebody else. brooke baldwin who is now going to be a part of our show everyday from 3:00 to 5:00. >> so exciting. >> i am honored to say that, because you know how much
, and medicare and my insurance covered the cost. we can work directly with medicare or with your insurance company. we can even help with financing. if there's a way, we'll find it! so don't wait any longer, call the scooter store today. >> shepard: food, water and medicine as we've reported are start to arrive in haiti but you have to get it to the people who need t2 or 3 million need it. relief workers making their way through the streets difficult to 1/2 game haiti has few road and some are blocked -- well, i'm not going to read this. in some areas it's difficult to get through but our reporters have all said it's possible to get by. the copy says it's blocked by bodies. that's not true. there's one picture of one human -- bit of human remains in the road covered by boxeses. it's not everywhere. look at this, there's some organizations. the haitian president said he's sharing grief for the victims and gratitude for the help. >> i'm very upset because a lot of people died, a lot of people are suffering and i'm very sad because my country is in great difficulty. but i'm very happy also to
from, you know, the senate version where ben nelson took $100 million medicare and medicaid payoff and decided to sign on the dotted line. how does it get there the house now? >> well, i hope that bart stupak remains stalworth. the problem with so many moderate democrats we have seen them fold every time. ben nelson did. now he has a huge backlash from his constituents. not just on the bribery part, but also on the abortion funding part of it as well. he's retreating. he's saying now he's saying oh, i think everybody should get the same deal i did. how are they going to pay for that on top of that? how is it going to get through? well, of course, the democrats who are in full freak-out mode are gaming this all out. it's possible that the senate might try to force the house to swallow what they put through. so they could expedite it on the timeline. but i think another thing that people have to worry about here is what is going on, on the ground, in massachusetts over this weekend? we talked about the unions, the service employees international union. they will be putting at least 3
in the room. that's wrong. especially when you are looking at 50 billion dollars cuts in medicare, 500 billion dollars cuts in medicare, 8% tax increases, people that do have a health care plan, they want to tax them this is wrong. we need people to have the benefit of seeing what is going on behind closed doors. no secret deals. >> greta: congressman, i know you need the 218 votes, are you willing to tell us who refused to sign it? i guess we can figure it out. any specific people? some may try to dodge you and avoid you. can we get the names of those who flat out say no? >> yeah, you can go to buchanan.house.government, we got 88 members yesterday. go to my website, and look who has signed and who hasn't. and who hasn't, especially we need conservative democrats. if we can get the 218 we'll get c pan in the room. we'll get the american -- get c-span in the room. we'll get the american weighing in that's the rightning for america. >> greta: which dream -- democratic is strongest on your so side >> taylor, schumer has signed on my resolution before. there's a few democrats we've identified 37
security and medicare tax since 1965 for the same religious reasons. in paradise pennsylvania, molly henneberg, fox news. >> inflation rose by a modest one-tenth of a percentage point in december capping off a year in which consumer prices were up 7.2%. industrial production was up last month, the sixth straight monthly gain. stocks tumbled on the final day of the week. the dow lost 101 points. the s&p dropped 12.5. and nasdaq gave back 28 3/4. it may not be the "west side story" but lives of barack obama and rush limbaugh are about to take the stage as musicals and an award winning actor has a bizarre explanation for the haiti earthquake. get wrapped up in the luscious taste of butternut squash, blended with delicate herbs. v8 golden butternut squash. from campbell's. a soup so velvety and delicious you won't be able to contain yourself. campbell's v8 soups. is enjoying it together. and right now, a complete seafood dinner for two is just $29.99 at red lobster. you both get a fresh salad and irresistible cheddar bay biscuits... two entrees from a menu of classic favorites and new cr
to that is more government. 60% of all health care is run by the government today. medicare, medicaid, the indian health service, military and the v.a.. 60% of it is run by the government. one of the reasons you have an absolute shortage of primary- care doctors in this country is because we have set the price for what they are going to pay for primary care and the doctors will not go into it anymore. there's aÑi 350% payment differential. we can either say we react -- say we have relied on market scarce resources or we can deny it and allow the government to run it. i think the old -- the health care bill will ultimately pass. Ñiyou saw what happened in the senate. and they will do the same thing in the house to get the votes that they need. we will have a health care bill that the president will sign. i do not think it is the best answer for us as a nation. i can tell you what is inÑi that bill. it puts the government in charge of what you will get, when you will get it, and where you will get, and that is even if you have private insurance. they will deny that, but i can show you the differ
a more rarified tax on the rich or a medicare payroll tax applied either to high income earners or unearned income, capital gains. various reports today suggest the final bill -- and this would be the final, final bill -- could go to the congressional budget office as early as this weekend presuming deals are struck on other issues including immigration and abortion and whether insurance plans are offered and regulated on a state level or national one, not to mention a new hitch, the inclusion today of senator joe lieberman in these talks as well, rollcall.com reporting talks were to resume tonight at 9:00 p.m. and lieberman is now in the mix because he is again seen as a linchpin for passage. addressing house democrats tonight, the president sought to reassure them not only that he knows what a bruising fight health care reform has been for them but promising he will campaign across the country to defend it and said he would love to fight republicans on whether to roll back the reforms the democrats hope to enact. >> i know everybody in the media is all in a tizzy. oh, what's t
in the room. that is wrong. especially when looking at $50 billion cuts in medicare and 8% tax increases. looking to people who do have a health care plan. they want to tax them this, is wrong. we need people to have benefit of seeing what is going on behind closed doors. no secret deals. >> congressman, i know you need 218 votes. are you willing to tell us who refuses to sign it? i guess we can figure it out. any specific people? some people may try to dodge you. and can we get names of those that just say no? >> you can go to buchana buchanan.house.gov. there are 88 members and that is yesterday. and we're going to be looking for 218 votes. go to my web site. and look who signed and who hasn't. who hasn't especially if we need conservative democrats. if we can get to 218 we'll get c-span in the room and the american people weighing in. it's just the right thing for america. >> which democratic member of congress is strongest on your side on this? >> gene taylor is. shumer is signed on the resolution before. i think there is quite a few democrats we've identified 37 of them that are con
many issues are under the table such as social security, medicare, medicaid, all time bombs. he's handling so many things. >> how do you think he's handling them? >> so far he's concentrating on healthcare. no doubt about that. >> do you think he should? well, it's -- when you have 30 million uninsured people in the united states. there's no doubt something has to be done, whether it's his policy or the senate version. >> neil: we have to do it now. the argument is -- it's a worthy goal but you don't have to do it now. >> it's too late. it's passed the senate and house and now it's among the -- it's between them. so i would like to get this behind us so we could concentrate on job growth, very important in the united states. in the middle east we're concerned about the united states not giving attention to our core problem, the palestinians. >> prince bin talal. three weeks ago on christmas day we had what some feared was a terrorist ins intent. the underwear bomber. it prompt add number of responses, the president was slow to respond and maybe we ought to get back to profile. i
security, get rid of medicare, what are you going to get rid of if you're going to reduce the size of government, stop doing? >> sounds good to me. >> programs in the military you want to get rid of. >> all those things that you said. what i'd like to see is our government, the power turned to the -- returned to the states. the way this country was set up to be. instead of this big monolithic voice out of washington, d.c. that cannot stop spending, cannot stop wasting money. that's what we're advocating is return power to the states. i'd get rid of a lot of those things you mentioned. >> would you get rid of food stamps, just get rid of them? stop giving people, poor people food money through coupons to buy food with? just get rid of that program? >> absolutely not. but i would definitely reform it. that's definitely what we would call for it, instead of encouraging generations of people to live on food stamps, encourage them to get jobs because it's not going to forever be gravy train. >> the federal government's operating in the biggest deficit, and therefore you have to cut huge
that i was crawling. i believe i was lifted out within a half hour. medicare. it doesn't cover everything. >>> again, more images coming out of haiti tonight. i just spoke a short time ago with bobby and sherry burnett. they are missionaries who run an orphanage an hour outside port-au-prince. the first thing i asked them obviously was how the children were doing under these incredibly difficult circumstances. >> the children are wonderful children, but they are so afraid. they all decided to sleep at night outside the orphanage as all the other haitians are doing all over haiti. none of the haitians in haiti are sleeping inside any buildings whatsoever. even if they're structurally sound. so every night our kids want to take their blankets and sleep in the yard because they are afraid that the ceiling and the concrete is going to fall on their heads. >> are you able, do you have the staffing, are you able to treat people at the clinic or just kind of waiting for supplies to get there? >> no, we're able to treat people at the clinic. we had a lot of supplies ahead of time, and what we're
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entitlements. we all know, we have medicare, social security, the long-term imbalances. those are the big deficit issues. we august to start there. >> i want to go back to this fee again. the too big to fail issue. one of the financial regulatory reform ideas out there have been to create an uber-fdic, and it would essentially, it sounds like, work the same way. these big too big to fail firms have to pay more money into this system, whether it's shelia bair or whatever, but more money into this system. couldn't we just look at it that that way, that this is their too big to fail fee? >> that brings us back to the point you made in the introduction. which is sending a mental about future bailouts. if you're collecting a fee from everyone, or even from just the largest banks, saying, well, that's because of -- we have -- we know you're going to fail, now you've created the biggest moral hazard since fannie and freddie. that's how we got into the huge mess with fannie and freddie, which is we're going to lose even more money than we'll ever lose in the t.a.r.p., because they had an implied
. a moment ago, he said hypothetical more fun. i am thinking about social security and medicare. when they first started social security, there were about 35 workers per retired person. now it is 3-1 or so. why is not social security and medicare tied to productivity? the average worker is giving the amount of work of 30 people. is there not a way that social security could be based on productivity and there is a corporate tax on corporate -- productivity? i know it seems like i am thaksin productivity, but is there not a way that we could connect productivity to this? that is my reason for calling. guest: give him a seat on the bipartisan commission. that is interesting idea. i will address the question of social security and productivity. social security has always been seen as a pension plan. when productivity goes up, and means that workers produce more per hour, and therefore, they earn higher salaries. then their salaries go up and the formulas that determine their benefits also go up. that is one of the issues we have with social security. as long as there is a link between how
of the volume of potential medicare recipients or poverty level or something involving health care in nebraska that was different, then that would be a different story on the constitutionality. that's why many states in national legislation are not all treated the same, because there are distinctions, and a lot of times, there's a lot of horse trading that goes on there, as we all know. but there's always a reason given. well, there's no reason given here, except for the one that i've recited and that is one that we see as unconstitutional, and is likely seen by many as a symbol of the excesses of a culture of corruption and excessive spending and fiscal irresponsibility in the congress. now that is not addressed in this letter. what this letter addresses is simply the constitutionality of that one provision. now, after we wrote the letter, the next day, which was thursday, december 31, i received a telephone call from senator graham, saying that he had received a telephone call from senator ben nelson, asking to call the dogs off. and senator graham suggested to senator nelson that he call
. >> the amish have been exempt from social security and medicare taxes since 1965. alisyn? alisyn: molly does this mean other people can say they are con yens shously posed to this and opt-out as well? >> reporter: they may not want to opt-out for religious reasons they may not object to the amish being exempt but some civil libertarians want out because they don't like the mandate to have to buy health insurance. they say it is unconstitutional. listen to this. >> congress is trying to make a religious accommodation and the question is, well, if they can do it for religious objection well, i have a different type of objection to it. i think i'm being coerced into doing something against my will and so the challenge would be from a different perspective. >> reporter: shapiro is predicting many legal challenges if this health insurance mandate is part of any kind of final bill. whether or not the amish are exempt. alisyn? alisyn: molly henneberg live from amish country thank you. trace: america's biggest firms and banks on course for record payday handing out salaries and bonus even fatter tha
crowded hospital doing what it can to treat hundreds of patients. that's next. medicare. it doesn't cover everything. >>> as we've been showing you the earthquake overwhelmed haiti's medical system which was pretty much overwhelmed before the earthquake. thousands injured. clinic, hospitals, still the ones that are still standing i should point out are overflowing. medical supplies, doctors are scarce to nonexistent in a lot of places. chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta was at a hospital where thousands of people, some critically injured are waiting and waiting for help. some of them are dying as they wait. take a look. >> reporter: what you're looking at is a makeshift mortuary in some of the few hospitals still up and running here in port prince. if you can call it that. over the past few hours we've seen dozens of body come out of the mortuary and taken to a truck where they're taken to another ground. bodies not identified. so much of the attention is focused over here. on patients who are alive but in desperate need of medical care. want to try to walk through here. give yo
for granny's new hip, or extend medicare taxes beyond income, which they're now grossed impo -- imposed upon, why not tax your interest on your bank account or money market or cd, tax that or make a profit from the sell of a stock or house, tax that as well. it's outrageous. we pay, they don't. martha: and you know, you're talking about some income class groups, when you talk about investments and capital gains and all that, that are going to hit three and four times, depending upon how you look at it. that aside, i think the question here is this one group walks into the white house, has a discussion with the president, they represent a lot of unions, and suddenly, the unions have a good deal, and oh, by the way, when they do start have having to pay in 2018, they're not going to have to pay taxes on dental care or eye care forever, and russ feingold raised this issue, democratic senator from wisconsin, let's not give anybody special treatment, nebraska, the unions, whoever they are, if we're all going to live with this deal, let's live with it. >> what you're seeing martha is the exercise
of financial fraud cases from mortgage fraud to medicare and health care fraud to securities fraud to corporate malfeasance. i am proud that we have put in place in law enforcement response to the financial crisis that is and will continue to be aggressive comprehensive and well coordinated. but while the reach of our investigative prosecutorial function as broad we do not purport to have all the answers. as a general matter we do not have the expertise nor is a part of our mission to opine on the systemic causes of the financial crisis. whether the justice department's resources are focused on investigating and prosecuting crime. it is within this context that i am pleased to offer my testimony and contribute to your vital review. the department has a long history of prosecuting financial fraud and we will continue to do so, working in concert with their federal, state local tribal and territorial partners. the justice department is using every tool at our disposal including new resources at bense technologies and communications capabilities and the best talent we have to prevent, to prosecute
the rationale with respect to -- to general welfare. it is the provision that upheld the medicare law and -- the lawyers will support -- the lawyers will argue that out, that's my own judgment. but the reason your question is so important and i'm glad you brought it up now, is it highlights how do we find a balance in our country between individual freedom that we value so much and what happens when the exercise of individual freedom ripples over to the community at large and let me try to describe how i struck the balance. . . but we have a broad berth, a whole host of incentives and opportunities for individuals in the private sector to make their own judgments about health care. i feel very strongly about it. it is a bedrock principle of our constitution, individual freedom, a coalition, giving it the broadest space to the individual to make their own judgments. the question is, what happens if it has indications for everyone else? you ask about what is called, commonly, the individual mandate in the bill to purchase health insurance. people, there is a mandate already under federa
the country. so whether you work for yourself, you're employed, retired, or medicare-eligible, call now for free information. and get what you need to make health care decisions... that work for you. you don't even have to be an aarp member to call. all you have to do is be yourself. and, if you have any questions about medicare, call today and get your free copy of "medicare made clear," by unitedhealth educational publishing group. it will help you better understand all your choices. so don't wait. call today for your free guide. ies who need assistance getting around their homes. there is a medicare benefit that may qualify you for a new power chair or scooter at little or no cost to you. imagine... one scooter or power chair that could improve your mobility and your life. one medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm doug harrison. we're experts at getting you the power chair or scooter you need. in fact, if we qualify
for yourself, you're employed, retired, or medicare-eligible, call now for free information. and get what you need to make health care decisions... that work for you. you don't even have to be an aarp member to call. all you have to do is be yourself. and, if you have any questions about medicare, call today and get your free copy of "medicare made clear," by unitedhealth educational publishing group. it will help you better understand all your choices. so don't wait. call today for your free guide. t1hhhhh+%+%+%::kkk1uukki d assistance getting around their homes. there is a medicare benefit that may qualify you for a new power chair or scooter at little or no cost to you. imagine... one scooter or power chair that could improve your mobility and your life. one medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm doug harrison. we're experts at getting you the power chair or scooter you need. in fact, if we qualify you for medicare
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